Abridging the Barrier in Connectivity
LOS ALTOS, CA: Daintree Networks, an open wireless networked control provider, along with its ecosystem partners are delivering open standards embedded wireless connectivity in an effort to bestow wide range of product choices at a cheaper rate. Through this, Daintree will deliver Enterprise Internet of Things (E-IoT) to create smart buildings. Being in a nascent stage, the IoT industry is supposed to become a $1.46 trillion international market by 2020, up from $700 billion last year. The study conducted by the research firm IDC further reveals that devices, connectivity, and IT services will make up the majority of the IoT market in 2020. They are estimated to account for over two-thirds of the worldwide IoT market in 2020, with devices (modules/sensors) alone representing 31.8 percent of the total.
"Daintree has an easy, streamlined program that enables our product partners to join the Control Scope ecosystem and deliver standard ZigBee-ready luminaires, LED drivers and other devices quickly to market," said Peter Atanasovski, Vice President, Product Management, Daintree Networks, Inc. "This includes a clearly defined ZigBee device interface development package for a growing community of supported devices, access to program partners for full-lifecycle development support, and a certification process that ensures interoperability and successful field deployment for our channel partners and end users. By partnering with best-of-breed product and service providers, we can leverage their innovation and drive cost-effective solutions. These partnerships further makes Daintree Networks' commitment to provide a wide variety of open wireless networking solutions for commercial, retail, and industrial customers to control and manage lighting and other high-value applications, such as HVAC and plug loads, and enable the E-IoT."
Marshall Miles, Vice President, Business Development at Inventronics, a Research and Development focused company said, “Our CNV-ZIGB wireless dimming converter for ZigBee lighting-control networks provides maximum flexibility in lighting design and effortless facility expansions without the high installation costs of control wiring. The wireless dimming converter enables one or more Inventronics LED drivers to be controlled by Daintree’s ControlScope network solution. With ControlScope, the interoperability with other ZigBee devices such as switches, dimmers, occupancy and daylight sensors allows us to provide wireless connectivity at the lowest system cost for a wide range of indoor and outdoor lighting applications.”
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